You can help Foster Evidence-Based Practice While
Enhancing Your Own Professional Development.
know the importance of journals and the peer-review
process in developing a body of evidence for
Manuscript reviewers are essential to that
What are the benefits of serving as a manuscript
reviewer for your own professional development?
Service as a manuscript reviewer:
- Is valuable for tenure and promotion.
- Helps you prepare and improve your own
manuscripts for review and publication.
- Contributes to your program’s efforts to
increase faculty participation in scholarly
activities and may help your program meet
expectations for faculty scholarship that are
currently being considered for inclusion by
- Gives you a “preview” of the latest
developments in research.
- Hones your skills in writing, critical
analysis, and professional communication.
Do you meet the eligibility criteria to serve?
- Publication history of at least 2 articles
in peer-reviewed journals.
- Have content expertise that is relevant to
- Ability to provide an unbiased, critical
evaluation of a manuscript.
- Willingness to complete reviews in a timely
manner (usually within 2 weeks of receipt of
- Commitment to review a minimum of 3
manuscripts per year.
If you meet the above criteria, please e-mail